A project extending 18,000 feet of water lines along N.C. 268 East is expected to be completed by mid-October, said Ronda Mayor Victor Varela.
The town of Ronda is on a list of 10 very small towns in North Carolina identified as hidden gems “you’ve probably never heard of,” released by the “Only in Your State” website.
Ronda commissioners gave final approval for a website depicting the town’s history, services and more during a meeting this (Friday) morning.
Cody Paul Soots filed Monday afternoon as a candidate for Ronda commissioner in the Nov. 3 election.
An incumbent Ronda commissioner has filed for one of two unexpired seats on the Ronda board.
The Wilkes Board of Elections voted unanimously Tuesday to extend the period for people to file as candidates for one unexpired term on the Ronda Board of Commissioners.
Most of the incumbents up for re-election and several newcomers filed for election to municipal seats at the Wilkes Board of Elections office in Wilkesboro between the start of the filing period at 8:30 a.m. Monday and noon today (Wednesday),
Candidate filing for the Nov. 3 municipal elections in Wilkesboro, North Wilkesboro and Ronda begins at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Wilkes County Board of Elections office in Wilkesboro.
Candidate filing for the Nov. 3 municipal elections begins at 8:30 a.m. Monday at the Wilkes County Board of Elections office in the Wilkes County Office Building in Wilkesboro.
Although not yet discussed in an open meeting, the Town of North Wilkesboro appears to be on the verge of purchasing the North Wilkesboro Elk’s Lodge building and about four acres on Finley Avenue and Second Street.
Late September and early October is normally one of the driest times of the year in Wilkes County, but normal doesn’t seem to mean much these days when it comes to weather.
As the calendar has turned to October, I’ve already started noticing the prominence of the color pink on television. Athletes, newsrooms and clothing are all donning pink in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
If you follow the N.C. General Assembly you should be on Twitter.
Yes, we have a state budget and a $445 million budget surplus continues to be lauded as evidence by our politicians that “reforming the tax code and increasing competitiveness are strengthening North Carolina’s economy and putting more money into the budget of working families.”
When we started to plan the Carolina in the Fall Music and Food Festival nearly eight months ago, we had no idea what all that entailed.